Forecasters say higher winds and rough seas will likely move in Friday and stick around for the weekend.
The National Weather Service has a small craft warning in effect as forecasters predict 15 to 20 knot winds will bring 4- to 6-foot seas starting late Friday and lasting through Sunday.
Forecaster Shamal Clarke said a cold front is sitting over Florida, while a high pressure area moves across the United States.
“We are watching that cold front,” he said, “but it’s not expected to get into our area.”
Mr. Clarke said winds will come from the east to northeast and the rough seas will likely be from the same direction.
The Weather Service does not expect rain for the weekend, giving about a 20 percent chance of precipitation through Sunday.
Low temperatures will be in the mid-70s, with highs in the mid-80s.
The National Weather Service has a small craft warning in effect as forecasters predict 15 to 20 knot winds will bring 4- to 6-foot seas.